Post COVID Business

Devonport City Council

With the craziness of the pandemic that quarantined the world, some businesses around Devonport have faced the changes head on. The crisis has brought new opportunities for business to explore new directions.

Pearl Oyster has been reopened and rebranded to Marion Storm.  The same owners still share their love for quality produce, preferably the local quality Tasmanian produce. A new menu and all your favourite cakes are ready and awaiting. Marion Storm has also encompassed menus delivered fresh to your door with their home catering options.

Poppie & Millie Baby and Children’s Boutique shopfront hours might have changed due to COVID-19, but you can now shop online 24/7 on their online store. Poppie & Millie also provide FREE contact-free delivery locally for all orders over $20 on the North West Coast of Tasmania. They also provide a loyalty program when you shop with them you earn $1 store credit for every $25 spent that way you can bank up the money for Birthdays or Christmas.

Canoe N Surf have also made the move to online shopping. You can now surf on their website for all things water sport and clothing. Including surf boards, bodyboards, kayaks, canoes, SUP’s, skateboards, scooters, wet suits, scuba dive gear, tanks, surf accessories, swimwear and much, much more!

Pizzirani’s Cucina is now back open for seated dinner Thursday-Saturday. With COVID-19 Pizzirani’s started at home delivery packs, they are available for delivery if you live between Port Sorell and Burnie for a feast of food can be delivered to your front door step. Takeaways are also available Thursday through to Monday. Pizzirani’s have all bases covered so kick back and enjoy some delicious Italian food in the comfort of your own house.

A massive congratulations to all Devonport businesses that have implemented new initiatives within their business during COVID-19.